This Marine Was About To Commit Suicide. You Won’t Believe *WHO* Made Him Change His Mind!

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It's more than common for military veterans to experience post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) upon their return from combat. In fact, after going through such a life-threatening experience, it's expected. Blade, a military veteran was no exception. He was suffering from severe trauma that he considered to take his own life to rid him from the pain. But rather than calling the suicide prevention hotline, he picked up the phone and called Pets for Vets, an organization that matches pets with military veterans for companionship.

The moment he met DD for the first time, his stress and sadness "was sucked away instantaneously." They looked into each other's eyes and knew they were meant for each other. It was a match made in heaven. 

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